Anonymous FTP - This feature allows you to define how anonymous users interact with your FTP server.

For cPanel versions 11.25/26

This page defines how anonymous users interact with your FTP server. Using the checkboxes, anonymous users can be denied or allowed access to your FTP server for downloading or uploading content.

It is recommended that anonymous users be barred from uploading files to your FTP server because this allows anyone to upload malicious software to your website.

  • Remember: Use the Save Settings button when changes are made.
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  • Remember: Use the Save Message button when you are finished entering the greeting.
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